As pressure continues on budgets, demonstrating the impact of communications, while tailoring and modifying tactics to ensure the best outcome for campaigns, has never been more important. Stuart Bruce will be the keynote speaker at the LPS event on 26/4/2018.
CIPR LPS Events
The LPS Committee was the first committee to be formed in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. This year in 2018, we mark 70 years of the CIPR supporting practitioners in communications and PR.
CIPR is delighted Behavioural Insights Ventures – part of the world’s first government institution dedicated to the application of behavioural sciences – will lead our sold-out behaviour change interactive workshop at the end of January 2018.
Local Public Services CIPR committee member Dominic Ridley-Moy on why he adopted behavioural insights, often referred to as nudge, and how they can benefit your organisation. Book for our workshop on 31/1/2018.
Event to support how you and your organisation understand and manage the new General Data Protection Regulations. Book now for the 6 Dec 2017 webinar.
Professional ethics and long-term engagement are the keys to weathering the ‘fake news’ storm, according to delegates at a CIPR event.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to assess whether information is authentic. The ability to critically question everything we read has never been more important. ‘Fake news’ and ‘post-truth’ are a new threat to the reputation of organisations, genuine news media.